Readily accessible at College and K-7, Olathe Health Family Medicine - College Point offers extended office hours on weeknights, Saturdays and Sundays, same-day appointments by phone or in person. The clinic’s family practitioners combine with on-premise laboratory and X-ray services to offer unique care, from newborn to geriatrics to the families of our rapidly growing community.
Now Offering Orthopedics & Physical Therapy
Daniel D. Schaper, MD, from Johnson County Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, provides orthopedics services at Olathe Health Family Medicine - College Point. With the recent opening of The Rehab Place at College Point, patients can now receive physical therapy services to restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and limit physical dysfunction.
To schedule an appointment for either of these services, please call 913-764-7788 and speak to a receptionist.
Patient-Centered Medical Home
Olathe Health Family Medicine - College Point is a designated Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical HomeTM clinic. This is the highest level of recognition awarded by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. In a Patient-Centered Medical Home clinic, the primary care provider and patient are partners in healthcare. And this relationship is supplemented with a care team at the clinic that takes collective responsibility for the patient's care. The result is more personalized, coordinated, effective and efficient care for our patients.
ImPACT Concussion Testing
ImPACT is a program that evaluates student-athletes who could possibly have a concussion based on an injury from their sport. Olathe Medical Center has partnered with local high schools to implement this program for student-athletes by providing pre-tests and post-tests at the schools. The post-test is then reviewed and interpreted by Olathe Health Family Medicine - College Point physician Dr. Robert Ham, who is certified to interpret ImPACT test results. The student-athlete and his or her family will make an appointment with Dr. Ham to go over the post-test and develop a plan of care.
Learn more about ImPACT